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2006-03-01 Home Front: WoT
US Muslims seek Treasury meeting on charities
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Posted by Steve White 2006-03-01 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [428 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Go ahead - prove you actually care about people and want your donations to do some good, give to the Salvation Army.
Posted by .com 2006-03-01 00:51||   2006-03-01 00:51|| Front Page Top

#2 They can give to the United Way and meet their obligations. Otherwise no way Jose, so sad, too bad.
Posted by SPoD 2006-03-01 02:04|| http://sockpuppetofdoom.blogspot.com/]">[http://sockpuppetofdoom.blogspot.com/]  2006-03-01 02:04|| Front Page Top

#3 Yep. Lots of worthy charities they can give to. Local food banks, for example.

Unless "zakat" doesn't exactly mean "charity" in the sense we understand it.
Posted by Robert Crawford">Robert Crawford  2006-03-01 09:09|| http://www.kloognome.com/]">[http://www.kloognome.com/]  2006-03-01 09:09|| Front Page Top

#4 I have no doubt that in their minds tt is a charitable act to bring people to Islam, submission
Posted by Nimble Spemble 2006-03-01 09:20||   2006-03-01 09:20|| Front Page Top

#5 In their minds its a charitable act to get Muslim youths laid (72 virgins), NS.
Posted by gromgoru 2006-03-01 10:11||   2006-03-01 10:11|| Front Page Top

#6 In my mind it's a charitable act to choke off all overseas funding of Islamic charities so the day doesn't come when we finally deport all Muslims for their insistence upon promoting jihad though those agencies. These perfidious morons care not one whit if the money winds up being spent on Semtex or sesame oil. Otherwise, long ago they would have set up charities that were scrupulously supervised for transparancy and traced point of funding destination for all contributions. Do we hear of any such constructs? He|| no, that would be a productive measure and represent a single peep to interrupt the thundering silence of the Muslim world when it comes to abating international terrorism. Full transparency or the spigot is twisted (and welded) shut. Choose.
Posted by Zenster 2006-03-01 11:02||   2006-03-01 11:02|| Front Page Top

#7 #3: "Unless "zakat" doesn't exactly mean "charity" in the sense we understand it."

Ya' think, RC? ;-p
Posted by Barbara Skolaut">Barbara Skolaut  2006-03-01 23:30|| http://ariellestjohndesigns.com/page/15bk1/Home_Page.html]">[http://ariellestjohndesigns.com/page/15bk1/Home_Page.html]  2006-03-01 23:30|| Front Page Top

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